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    Lightbulb MP's should retake their exams!!!

    If we disabled people have to keep on proving that we are still worthy of support from the government, then shouldn't MP's have to retake their exams to prove that they are also still worthy of our support!!!

    If they fail then they should be sanctioned and/or kicked out of government.

    Maybe we should start an e-petition to put this idea through parliament???

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    Quote Originally Posted by ***Force_Majeure_007*** View Post
    If we disabled people have to keep on proving that we are still worthy of support from the government, then shouldn't MP's have to retake their exams to prove that they are also still worthy of our support!!!

    If they fail then they should be sanctioned and/or kicked out of government.

    Maybe we should start an e-petition to put this idea through parliament???
    They do, there called elections.
    Maybe if ATOS had to assess their capability to run the country.

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    And be elected/in power when the majority didnt vote for them

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    Wobble,

    However, ATOS are paid by the government, but I do like your idea!

    But then they sack people that don't agree with them & get yes men in instead! (like those Dr's & professors a couple of years ago!)

    On another note;

    Yvette Cooper MP, challenged parliament in the house of commons around 4 years ago over Dr Keen who is the independent medical advisor for over 30 councils in England. She said that he wasn't giving enough credence to medical evidence in housing cases. Particularly in relation to a disabled homeless man, who needed access to an electricity supply to run his Cpap machine that helps him breath at night. Dr Keen had said that it wasn't necessary. In addition he was being paid £30 for each report that he wrote. The response was, that he was employed by the government to do the job required and he was vetted and picked to do a service for the government and local councils with regards to housing and that he was doing it as efficiently as they had wanted.

    An example of a yes man!

    I wonder how many others on here have come across this doctor in housing cases?

    We have, it took us 3 years to eventually win our housing case to be rehoused in suitable accommodation.
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